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Synonyms for hawkish

disposed to warfare or hard-line policies

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s North Korea policy and cooperation between Seoul and Washington, considering Pompeo has been well aware of the situation surrounding the Korean Peninsula, regardless of whether he is hawkish or dovish.
Pompeo has expressed more hawkish views on Iran and the nuclear deal, which lifted a number of sanctions on the Islamic Republic in exchange for curbs on its nuclear programme, than ousted secretary of state Rex Tillerson.
According to HDFC Bank chief economist Abheek Barua, the monetary policy was far less hawkish than expected.
Only American citizens can reverse Trump's nuclear strategy through public protests against American hawkish foreign and nuclear policies.
Japanese investment house Nomura also expects the BSP to leave its policy rate unchanged at 3 percent this Thursday but anticipates a 'shift to a more decisive, hawkish tone to set the stage for an eventual hike at the next meeting in March.
Yet, hawkish comments against Pakistan by the Indian army chief and an unpromising political climate in both countries cannot erase the core truth of Pakistan-India relations: the two countries simply cannot afford to not engage each other in dialogue.
The lobbying for these positions presents a dilemma for the Executive: Will the appointments be about rewarding hawkish defectors or 'ethnic inclusion'?
47 percent following the French presidential election and hawkish ECB statements.
By Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst at FXTM The well-orchestrated hawkish remarks by a chorus of central bank heavyweights this week have punished global stocks with speculation mounting over whether the era of cheap money is soon coming to an end.
61 an ounce, its lowest level in nearly five weeks on Monday as the US dollar strengthened and a top US Federal Reserve official shared a hawkish tone, indicating that the monetary policy could be tightened gradually every year.
The probability that the euro will receive support from a hawkish ECB message today is rather remote given the modest inflation outlook, writes David Kohl, Chief Currency Strategist, Julius Baer
Finally, to gauge the existence of message gaps, we coded one of three stances that the speaker takes on the issue: dovish (coded 1), equivocal (coded 2), or hawkish (coded 3).
NEW YORK, Dhu-AlQa'dah 20, 1437, Aug 23, 2016, SPA -- The dollar slid against the yen on Tuesday, as investors shifted their focus away from hawkish remarks on U.
The Republican field was overflowing with hawkish candidates, and Hillary Clinton arguably has the most aggressive foreign policy of any Democratic nominee since Lyndon Johnson.
LONDON: Gold fell to a four-week low on Tuesday as hawkish comments from US Federal Reserve officials in the previous session sent the dollar to a two-month high against a currency basket.